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  1. Hi, Guys, I'm new to ShutterStock, I'm an amateur photographer from Brazil, with very simple photography devices, and I really wanted to improve. I believe that when people point out the points where we can improve, it becomes much easier to evolve. Link to my Portfolio: https://www.shutterstock.com/pt/g/lasvenasabiertas?sort=newest
  2. I haven't uploaded any new images or posted on the forum for a while now having been busy doing other things. I do drop in from time to time but all the while my sales have been gradually dwindling and dwindling. I have a few that continue to sell on a fairly regular basis but I imagine the sheer number of images available now makes it extremely difficult to see anything like decent return on new images. Plus my pics are probably a bit tired now. I'm considering just waiting for the next payout and then delete everything or is microstock still worth the effort? One thing I am conside
  3. Hi everyone! New contributor here looking for advice on how to improve my photography (and increase downloads). Currently, I've had about 3 downloads and have 130 images and 5 videos in my port. Here's the link: https://www.shutterstock.com/g/Jade+Prevost-Manuel Are my pictures competitive enough for today's SS market? Do I need to edit or compose them better? Am I taking pictures of the wrong things? How can I make my pictures better and where am I falling short? Appreciate any advice. Cheers, looking forward to connecting with this community. JPM
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